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I have a password retrieval form in which the user submits his email address and zip code in a form.

I'm guessing that because of the @ sign, Filemaker is processing the find as "find one character" as it does in the application interface and unless the user encloses the email address with quotes, the query finds no records. I hate to ask users to enclose their email address in quotes...

I've attempted several "fixes" with encoding the main thrust but have run out of ideas. Is this a question of how the field is set up in Filemaker or a matter of encoding on the XSLT end? Do I need to pass this string as a script.paramater and paste into the field? If it's a problem with XSL, how do I fix?

Thanks in advance

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